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Presented by: 

TUBMAN ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 
Augusta, Georgia 




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siuaenls Ine pleasant memories oj nign scliool days. 



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TO MILDRED A. RIDGELY 

PN TOKEN Or ALL THE LOVE AND GOOD WISHES THAT 
WE ARE UNABLE TO EXPRESS. WE. THE CLASS OF '34 
DO DEDICATE THIS YEAR BOOK. OUR DEAREST POSSES- 
SION. WHICH BY HER TIRELESS EFFORTS AND UNFLAG- 
GING INTEREST HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE. 



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T. H. GARRETT, Principal 



FACULTY 



MISS A. DOROTHY MAINS 
Assistant Principal 


.MISS 


LOR A M. I'EARCE 

English 


MISS SARAH FULLBRIGHT 
Mathematics 


MISS ANNIE M. PAGE 

French 


MISS SUSIE LANGFORD 
Mathematics 


MISS ELIZABETH DOWLING 

Science 


MISS GERTRUDE ,1. COMEY 

Ent/lish 


MISS 


MARY GILLILAND 

Mathematics 


MRS. MARGARET WHITE 

Domestic Science 


MISS MARCIA A. CLARK 

Dojnestic Art 


.MISS 


BELLE WALKER 

Civics 


MISS LOUISE BALK 
Latin and English 


MISS WILLAMETTE GREEN 
Mathematics 


MISS ANN BRADDY 

English 


MISS LOIS KELLY 
Mathetnatics and English 


MRS. M. A. RIDGELY 

Latin 


MISS 


SIBYL JOY INGRAM 

Commercial 


MISS MARTHA LESTER 

English and History 


MISS LOIS EVE 

Science 


MISS MARY T. MILLER 

SlJaiiish 


MISS ORA LEE KING 
Commercial 


MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 
Music 


.MISS MABEL BYRD 

English 


MISS JULIETTE AUERBACH 
History 


IISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT 

Histori/ 


MISS BERNICE WIESE 
History 


.MISS EDNA ROGERS 
Comtnercinl 


MRS. W. C. LYETH 
English and Economics 


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istory and Civics 


MISS HARRIET GARRETT 
Physical Training 


MRS. W. W. SNOW 
French and Civics 


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ELIZABETH KREPS 
Science 


MISS EDNA MAURY 
Physical Training 


MISS EDITH NACHMAN 

Geography 


MISS 


ELIZABETH HAYES 

Commercial 


MRS. M. M. OWENS 
Librarian 




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KATHERINE HULL 

Secretary 




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SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR 

MISS ELIZABETH KREPS 

OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS— FEBRUARY, 1934 

President Mary Speering 

Vice-President Dorothy Cannon 

Secretary-Treasurer Mildred Hoi.senback 

OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS— JUNE, 1934 

President Margaret Holi.ingswohtii 

Vice-President Sarah Sancken 

Secretary -Treasurer Samii.lf Saye 

Class Colors Red and White 

Class Flower Red Rose 




Senior Mascot "Maloney" 



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Class of February 1934 



DOHOl'HY AXDKHSON 

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nOROTHY CAXNON 

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HELEN CHAVOUS 

(icnirniis iiiiil fri'rliiartril 

HELEN DOLINSKY 

I ' iiiihiisiicfl , olizH' rnnipU'.rion, niiiH'alhn/ 

SARA DUNAWAY 

T'Diiji' of timufiti/ — umlhn, ilimplea 

DOROTHY GRUBBS 

liiliable and .lincere is Dorothy 

ELSIE HARDY 
Cute ijirl — e.rrellent .ifiiilinl 

MARtlARET HOLLEY 

^^fi'i/ pri'ttii — " HitniiU'Hit Prarfifc" 

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JENNIE HOWE 

Can t]it' ifirl "ififftflc*'? 

MILDRED JOHNSTON 

Sfi/linh, ilff'p bliif ei/en, .•<iiarkliiuf ti'fth 

SARAH McKIE 

Small heads haz'e lots of brahis — 
szveet and petite 

EUGENIA MENGER 

Her Kurress will be assured by her keen 
sense of hmnor 

MARGARET O'CONNELL 

Midffet size, soulful e.vpression, studious 

RUTH REDD 

Ambition and advancement are first in 
this girl's life 

LOUISE ROBINSON 

"Babij-faee" Louise, alzcai/s smilini/ — 
cheerful 

HAZEL SILLS 

Even T. H. S. boasts of Platinum 
Blondes nowadays 

MARY SPEERING 

In lines athletic compared with M. S. 
others are most pathetic 

IRIS STYRON 

Brilliant mind — willing helper — 
good natured 




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VIVIAN WASHINGTON 

Sxi'fet and «no.«.<i/min(/ — reserved and 

itn.'it'lihiKtifdted 



FRANKIE WHEATLEV 

Prettii. fithlrtir—fiill of fun 

VIRGINIA WILLIAMS 
Friendli). jnunfji air 

MARGARET WILSON 
A .lajjanese doll xcith a tUted nose 



INEZ WOOD 

Petite. U'istfiil — precious things come in 
small packafies 



EDNA MAE WRIGHT 

Petite and dainti), attrartii'e — inrn:ilihl(i 
sxveet disposition 



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DOROTHY ADAMS 

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KiintfliliH' on :;inii't drfsuf.-i 



THEI.MA AKINS 

Tht'iiwa for Eii(/linh — .vhhhv .•<7uileit- 
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MARION ANDERSON 

Ontntiindhuj cliararler — waves — cvrhj 
eyelashes over ilanrint/ blue eyes 



CLEO BACON 

Full of joint;/, imiles, and xcitty snyinfis 
•pleasin()ly plump 



FRANCES BAILEY 

Sweater suits — pictures in Vogtie — 
a qveen in a lony robe 



LILLIAN BARKSDALE 

Lillian the lovable — abundant good 
nature — always smiling 



KATHERINE BARTON 
Pini; cards for absence — Spanish beauty 

SITSAN BARNES 
Burning the midnight oil — learned boohs 



ERNESTINE BATEY' 

Quiet, sweet, polite but with plenty of 
character 



MARY ALICE BERCKMANS 

Huge eyes, many gestures — shoes 
with flaps 




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COKALEE BLACKSTOXE 

Xarrow eacriiicr of farcUnfUtt — rintfiuti 
hdii/Ii — I'Tcrii oiii'.i frii'inl 



I,ILIJE BLACKWELL 

l>i»)iiri' conijiosure — jokes icifh 
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HELEN BLUM 

Khirk <i/e.i that sparkle — Ali/ehra 
lirnblemn — lain/ liter 



FHANCES BOSWKLL 

ftepeiidffhle. elez'er — ei'er present smile 

SARA FUAXCES BOYD 

Tied liemled — r'a'aeioiis. iiiiiiiisillve, 
stylish 

DOROTHY BRACEY 

Ice cream iii the lunch room — 
conversation about Chemistry 

VIRGIXLV BROWN 

Trne. hnjal Tnhnian ^^enior — silli/ ditties 

FRANKIE BUGG 

Jiiiinty air _|_ Z'ai/uisli style _|_ pep^z^ 
F rankle 

EVELYN BILL 

SIrifiiflil ",/" reports -icinniny smile — 
lirilliiint niinil liiiili pitehetl Uiui/li 

MARGARET BVRD 

" A ryurer ' — sterlinit qualities — jolly 
ehissmitte 



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IRMA CAPPS 

Blushes — knmc'hiii the C'hemistrii lesson 



VIRGINIA CARROLL 

Splendid and ma(/nani»ioiis, wonderful 
chnrarter. talknfk'e 



EDNA CARTER 

True heart, valuable friend, and 
magnetic personality 



CENZINA CASELLA 

Oifted cnnversutioncdist — sparkllni/ ''H^" 
— "winning smile 



ALICE CAWTHORN 

Precious, condensed, distilled sunshine 
—faithful to all 



ALICE CLARK 

Subject to attractive if not convenient 
blush — pensive, sedate 



NELL COOPER 
"Little Nellie" — athletic, sweet, sincere 

RUTH COWAN 

Cute little nose — deep brown ei/es — 
sparkling teeth 

MARTHA CRESLEIN 

Blonde becmttj — plenty of tact — never- 
forgetful consideration 

MARY DALEY 

Pretty — e.rcellent mind — never cared for 
Jish or history 




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BERNICE DANIEL 

Lnrer of Bn.ihiens Practice — hrir/lit miille 
unit chfinnin;/ manner 



MARGARET DAVISON 

Esmntial part of A clan.i — jilenniiii) 
lit'r.tonalitji — tremendnutt popularit ij 



HELEN DECKER 

I'clile. (jiiiet, <li'iiiiin\ pleiil/i of friends 

DOROTHY DICKINSON 

Best jios.iilile friend — her friend's names 
^calaloi/tied list of Tuhmanites 

LEONA DICKS 

.Iffrihle. preftii — ajipealinij U'istfulness 

DOROTHY EUBANKS 

.Xotiirol rlinrm made greater hq an 

assumed air of indifference — nickname, 

"Honey-Bear ' 

ELIZABETH FREE 

E.rtrenielii neat — impulsix-e gaiet ji — 
scliolarlji 

MARY GIVENS 

Mil, I voice— translating Latin in a huddle 
at little recess 



VIRGINIA GRAY 

Sports — defin it ions — " Ba;/s" — wait in t/ 
for a ride home 



ANNIE FRANCES GRIFFIN 

Heavy black hair — o puzzled look in 

Bitthnjy 



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VIRGIXIA GRIFFITH 

Modest but competent — reserve xciihoiil 
snobbi'hness — un usual tidiness 



EDITH HALFORD 

Rid.i/old hiiir — « firm believer in the 
imimrtanve of Biol(t(ftf 



VIRGIXIA HALL 

Shirt (ail out — hankies — speeches in 
chapel — librari/ 



THELMA HARBEX 

Velvety brown ei/es — quiet manner, 
stceet disposition 



LOUISE HARLEY 

Calm, collected, careful — well worth 
knowing 



EDNA HARRELL 

Tap dancing, basketball — late for Bioloijn 
— Miss Oarrett 



MARY HARVESTOX 

Spirited athlete— attends ALL (?) 
meetings — best all round 



MARGARET HOLLIXGSWORTH 

Popular — vehement talks at meetings- 
Student Council 



MYRTLE HOWARD 

Flowers in the morniny — poetry — 
dIMcult themes 



SARA HOWE 

Teachers' realized dreams of a capable 

student — willing helper of maidens 

in distress 




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KATHERINE HURST 

(rniiKj nomrwhere with Kafhrriiip Kitrhen 
— walkhiff to school 



MATTIE AVICE JAMES 

Ciirlx — jirotest over le>:sonii — Dramatic 
Club 



EVA JOHNSON 

Quiet, demure, infri()uini/ — Si)hiii,v- 
silence 



ROBBIE JOHNSON 

l>avntle.'i,i. iinafraiil, with nerve.i to put 
aiii/thint) through 



SARA KIMBRELL 

A ttractive — eiiticinq ftaintiness — doesn't 
particularlii /I'Af French 



.^ ELIZABETH KINARD 

•'Malonetf" — crazy jokes — popular songs 

MARTHA KITCHENS 

Book reports — History lesson — green 
juniper dress 

GRACE KUEHNEL 

Curls — giggles — honor roll — does A Igebrn 
in French class (Don't tell Miss Page.) 



EDA KUHR 

Red handkerchief — chewing gum — 
hi(/li lieels 



EUGENIA LEE 

Latin — ''Paradise Lost" — Miss Come if 



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MARGAKET LEMON 

Slow Southern ilrawl, atiiuxhu/lii it'itlii — 
ready to obliye 



VIVIAN LOGUE 

Self-confcioiix but not vain — pleanant- 
studrnt of (jrcat aliility 



FRANCES LONGEWAY 

Reflector of merriment, of conyenUil 
nature — perpetual smile 



EDITH LOYAL 

Reliable and c/ood-natured with a grim 

determination to succeed, that's 

lovable Edith 



GLADYS MALLETT 

Remarkable pupil — careful observer — 
rather sensitive — much-envied distinction 



MADELYN MEREDITH 

Wild answers in History — yoiny to see 
Miss Kreps 



SUMTER MILES 

Ardent admirer of Miss Eli~abeth Krep: 
— mirthful — sportive 



SARA MILLIGAN 

Tinye of shyness duriny class periods 
but a source of amusement for com- 
panions at recess 



MARIE MIZE 

Giviny a talk in Enylish — raviny over 
the Science lesson 



ELLA RUTH MONK 

Abundant yood humor — friend indeed to 
a friend in need 




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CAMILLA MOTES 

rrettif brunette — President of Snjjho. 
mure and Junior classes — good natured 



DOROTHY NEWMAN 

Tuliman'a most athletic student — wide 

circle of friends amomj teachers as 

'Well as pupils 



VOLA O'CONNOR 

Fonieltinji her smock, tennis (tames 

RUBY ODOM 

-v Harmonious friendsliips, li(/ht blue eyes, 
careless air 

MARY O'SHEA 

(/(lud jirodes — ijood looks — a i/ood friend 
— Man/ has 'cm all beat 

LUCILLE PATRICK 

Patrick's diijnifed duti/ and jolh/ plait 

have captured the love and esteem of 

the student body 

EVA PEARSON 

Vivacious disposition, f/loom dispeller 
and heaps of fun l<i play around with 

CHLOE PEEBLES 

Likes everybody — quite complimentary 

ELLEN PILCHER 

Debonaire — keen sense of humor — 
Camilla's t'win 

NORMA PIRKLE 

Hands in sxceater pockets, rintflets, 
tiuestions in "tab" 



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MA in- POTTER 

Baiu/s — volumes of lunch — ijiyylcs- 
goiiig to "the dairies" 



ELLA REMSEN 

Liiiruliifoii — letters from Georgia — 
rc'd/Zi/iiy home from "lab" 



FRANCES RHODEN 

Thoughtful appearance — enchanting 
smile — petitioning humor 



ELEANOR RUCKER 

Piano in Chapel, music lessons- 
soup at recess 



SARAH SANCKEN 

Day dreamer — big greij eyes — a little 
reserved 



SAMILLE SAVE 

Borrowing a pencil — playing tennis 
with ■' Lib" 



DOROTHY SHELTON 

Dot's actively alert mind has found 
interest in our architectural world 



LORITA SIKES 

Convalescing from the wreck — joking 
about her limping 



ELIZABETH SKINNER 
Hundreds — calls to the office — apples 

ELEANOR SMITH 

F unloving — graceful — energetic — 
everyone's pal 




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EVELYN SPIRES 

.1 iiiiriihlr liiilihicsii — ch'fp lauffhter — ideal 
.■ifudent — many friends 



MARGIE BELLE TWIGGS 

W'illinii (ILicijilc of Mi.is Bernice Wiese 

— luvir failinij rheerf illness — earnest 

worker 



VnUUNIA VIDETTO 

Miinhir of till- Latin hiiddle- 
sandic'ichfs 



MARY HELEN WALKER 

OutstaiuVuuj oratorical, dramatic and 

athletic abilities — admirer of •'Teet:/" 

Garrett 



>L\RY LOUISE WALKER 

Ciinscientiotisncss and fun sharini/ make 
till iinhi Man/ Louise in tlie ic'orld 



MILDRED WALKER 

Lov(il}lc, lirincn-eijed, unselfish Mildred 
is a friend to all 



CAROLYN WALLACE 

Iiiijiiirinii mind — ever studious efforts 
rewarded by honor roll (jrades 

MILDRED WALTON 

,Sunnii smile and dri) wit complete her 
who should have been named "Concen- 
trated Fun" 



DOROTHY WASHINGTON 

Jler i/rarious favors are one of her 
numerous assets 



EVELYN WELTCH 

Slriiiijht .1 reports and dependabilit i) 

niiijili d with heartfelt sinri ritii ijive 

us Evelyn 



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C'nrcfrrr, fiinhir'iiii/ .Mdninril in full iif 
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SARA WHEATI.EY 

.Janel Oni/iKir.' A'", hi-r ihnihlc. jKipiiliir 
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MYRTLE WMITAKER 

Po.ise.i.ior of uiinciiUflciJ ahilil if and 
persevi'raiicr — frlenillij 



MARGARET WIGGINS 

Ver/i larye ei/es — cleeji laughter — lit/Iil 
hearted — d implex 



SUSIE WILSON 

Extreinehi intellerttial. leader iif A clan.i 
— mode::t, hi:t hi/ no mvaii.i unknmvn 



MARY WINGARD 

Red hair — yood disposition — unassuming 
— ejentle 



WINIFRED WOODWARD 

Always lauyhinej — e.vcellent student - 
outstanding features — full of chatter 



BETTY WRIGHT 

Thout/hffulness — bashful smile 



JUNE WRIGHT 

Boijs — ilarcjaret Kellij — teasimj Lib 




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JONNIE ADAMS 

Blonde curls — a soft voice — even 
temperament 



MARY ALICE ALLGOOD 

Serious — conscientious — good-natured 
— pretty 



POLLY ANDREWS 

Much sought to drmv fan-dancers — 
attractive — yn(/ 



LORINE BLACK 

Individualiti/ — black curls — friendliness 
and friends 



LILLIAN BUGG 

Chronic absentee from Filing 

BEATRICE BURGAMY 

Charminy manner, brown curls, 
strong Tvill 

DOROTHY CHAVOUS 

T<ilk about good times/ She has 'em 

CHARLOTTE DAVISON 

A gay lassie from Scotland 

MARY FERRAMOSCA 

Do we hear a horn blowing? 

CHARLOTTE GRINER 

Carefree — always lau-yh ing 



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VERA HAVIRD r 

.Ithlftic, .itatinrh xujiporlfr of T. H. S. ',' 

MARTHA HERRON 

IntellectnaJ — blithe — numerous compan- 
ions attracted bi/ her informality 

FRANCES JOHNSON 

Short and stocky is Frances 

KATHERINE KITCHEN 

Full of fflee — carefree nature — biy lucid 
eyes — popular 

DOROTHY LEE 

That school girl complexion — brown curls 
— blue eyes — in other ivords pretty 

MAUDE LEONARD 

Don't believe everything the stronger sex- 
says, Maude! 

KATHRYN MARTIN 

Fiery temper — she'd argue zvith any one! 



VIVIAN McAULIFFE 

Vivacious, peppy — a good sport 



GAYNELL McCORMICK 
A rock of Gibraltar — quite dependable 

MARY McLENDON 

Is a centipede's corn worse than a 
giraffe's sore throat? 




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DOROTHY O'COXNELL 

'''i'iiit/" in liicerl mill qiiii-t 

EDXA PAI.MEK 

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DOKOTHY POSS 
Ooud natured — likes Filing! 

MAKY REDDIXG 

Viiijuisk, luquacious, amicable 



.MARY HEXXISON' 
//(')■ liivahlf iiati.ri' is Iiir ijreulest asset 

ELEAXOR REYXOLDS 

Ciniiietfish, quiet aud stceet 



MARIOX RILEY 

Sjiiirt suits — ahfai/s in sti/le — full of 
I'ltaliti/ and Imnior 



GEORGIA ROBERSON 

Ciinie ic'hat may, Oeuri/lif is still serene 
and cafe/fee 



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Orai'e ei/ci, rcwen-hlnck hair, xciisilii'c 
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NETTIE SENN 
Evi'nihittUi'ft jHii — heapfi of fun 

ELIZABETH SCOTT 

Her quaint, rliarmluif, coquet thh manner 
make.-: ■'Little Liz" dear to ua all 

BERNICE STROUPE 

Brunette beauty — o yood dancer — 
personality jilus 

VIRGINIA TALIAFERRO 

Tall and slender — broad yrins 

MARY TIMMERMAN 
E.rcellent typist — our Molly 

HELEN WADE 

Vivacious — bouyant spirited — 
unprejwdiced 

JESSIE WATKINS 
Quiet and demure 

MARY WEST 
Have you ever heard her laugh? 

RUTH WHALEY 

Movie magazines — singing and rolling 
her eyes 



CHRISTINE WOODWARD 

Changed course, evident success 




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Eililor-in-Chief Margaret Holi.ingsworth 

Bux ill ex.1 Mavar/er Camilla Motes 

Circulation Mann//er Samiixe Save 

Jrt Editor Poei.y Andrews 

.1 till flic Editor Dorothy Newman 

Picture Editor Marion Rii.ey 

Literary Editor..^ Grace Kuehnei. 

Literary Editor Virginia Gray 

Literary Editor Edith Loyal 

Copy Editor Mary Timmerman 

Copy Editor Evelyn Bull 

Faculty Advisor Mrs. Mildred A. Ridgely 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



J't-ixidfiil Maugarkt Hollingswoktei 

Viri'-Prcxitlcnt Samii.le Save 

Si'cn'tart/ - Makkix Hii.ey 

Fiicullii Aili'isiir - Miss Louise Bai.k 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Senior 
Cooper, N'ei.l 
Lemon, Margaret 
Loyal, Edith 
Riley, Marion 
Save, Samili.e 

J unhir 
Bailey, Florence 
BussEY, Donald 
Grant, Angell 
Keli.ey, Elizabeth 
Kitchens, Ernestine 
Sheahan, Helen 
Walker, Lillian 

Sophomore 
Braddy, Margaret 

GlVENS, EviE 



Maudox, Elizabeth 
McElveen, Elmer 
Purser, Pauline 
Ricketson, Katiierine 
Whisnant, Helen 
M'ittschen, Thei.ma 
Frenhmaii 
Beale, Ann 
Bennett, Frances 
Capler, Sara 
Keen, S\xvia 
]\IooDV, Dorothy 
Koesel, Catherine 
Savage, Marion 
Thompson, Iris 
TiMM, Dorothy 
A\'ri(;mt, Constance 



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OFFICERS 

President Elsie Tunkle 

Secretarii-Trcaswer - - Fi.o Erle Russell 

Faculty Advisor Miss Ann Braddy 

Adams, Dorothy Hunter, Rose 
Baggs, Ivey" Hltrst, Katherine 
Bailey, Florence James, Mattie Avice 
Bailey, Frances Kinard, Elizabeth 
Bailey-, Sara Lackman, Eorothy' 
Bailie, Carrie Lee, Eugenia 
Bailie, Martha ■ Marks, Betty- 
Barber, Katiierine Oliver, Martha 
Berckmans, Mary- Alice Rucicer, Eleanor 
Blum, Helen Russell, Flo Erle 
Bostick, Natalie Rutherford, Camilla 
Boyd, Sara Frances Say-e, Samille 
Cater, Ermine Scott, Varie 
Cooper, Martha Louise Sego, Frances 
Creson, Caroly-n Skinner, Elizabeth 
Davidson, Ada Frances Stelling, Margaret 
Dudley, BE'ri'Y- Stroupe, Bernice 
Hall, Virginia Thomas, Betty- 
Hammond, Mary Tunkle, Elsie 
Hahrell, Edna Walker, Mary Helen 
Harrell, Julia Wallace, Sara 
Hayden, Virginia Waller, Ruthie 
Hensley-, Blanche Willingham, Louisa 



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rresidfnt Fohotuy Adams 

Si-rretarii ; Jane Hoi i.ixgsworth 

Treasurer Dohotii v Lack 51 ax 

Ffirulti) .Idx'i.ior Miss Harhikt Ciarhett 

Facultii .UIvisDr Miss Edna Maihy 

Senior Reitresentative Edna Harrell 

Jiiiiinr Rrprexentdlwe Beatrice Burcamy 

Siijiliomore Ke/iri .lenttith'e Saha 1!aii.ey 

Frcslinian Rt jiresi 11 tat ire Dede Schneider 



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SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM 



1934 

Havird, Vera Captain 

Chavous, Dorothy „ ...Right Halfback 

Hakbell, Edna Left Wing 

Havird, Vera Center Hulfljack 

James, Mattie A vice Center 

Rennison, Margaret Lfft Fullback 

Rennison, Mary Goal Keeper 

Richards, Julia Bight Fullback 

Walker, Mary Helen Left Halfback 

Walker, Mary Louise Right Wing and Inside 

Ward, Margaret ^. Left Inside 



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SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM 

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H.wiRD, Vera Cnjitniii 

Harrei.i.. Edna _ Forward 

Havird. ^'^:RA -- - Forrcard 

Lee, KrtiENTA Foricard 

Xewjian, Dorothy - J'^orxcard 

Adams, Dorothy Guard 

Gray, Viiioinia . Guard 

Harvfston, Mary - - Guard 

James, -Mattie A vice Guard 



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SCHOOL CHAMPIONS 1934 



Havird, Vera 



..Captain 



Chavous, Dorothy 
Harrell^ Edna 
Havird, Vera 
James, Mattie Avice 



Rennison, Margaret 
Rennison, Mary 
Walker, Mary Helen 
Walker, Mary Louise 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



Most Athletic Dorothy Newman 

Best .III Round Mary Harveston 

Moxt Iiiliilcctual Evelyn Weltch 

J/oii Sh/Usli Frances Baii.ey 

Most Beautiful Samili.e Saye 

Most Beautiful Camilla Motes 

Most Popular Mahgabet Hollingswortii 



WHO IS MOST SUITED FOR- 



A' Sports Dress? 
Beach Shorts? 
Spectator Sports Dress? 
Afternoon Dress? 
Eveniny Dress? 
Dinner Dress? 
Bridal Dress? 



Clothes — Courtesy Goldberg's 

Furniture — Courtesy Maxwell Bros. 

Flowers — Courtesy Harbin's Florist 

Sport Goods — Courtesy Augusta Sporting Gooes Co. 



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MOST ATHLETIC 



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MOST INTELLECTUAL 



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MARGARET HOLLINGSWORTH BRIDAL DRESS 



MOST POPULAR 



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CANDIES / — ""^ 

FOR THOSE LOVE FINE THINGS 




CITIZENS AND SOUTHERN 



NATIONAL BANK 



MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN 



INSTALL A MODERN GAS RANGE 



TERMS AS LOW AS lftl.35 DOWN )ftl.35 PER MONTH 



GEORGIA PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. 

YOUR GAS COMPANY 




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Sanckenj 



GRADE AA PASTEURIZED MILK 

GOLD NUGGET BUTTERMILK 

WHIPPING CREAM ICE CREAM 

CATERERS FOR INDIVIDUAL MOLDS 
OTHER FANCY ICE CREAM CREATIONS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS 

GEOROIA CAROLINA DAIRIES 
PHONE 2761 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE AUGUSTA HERALD 

AUGUSTA. GEORCilA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

AUBRAY J. ALLEN 
WILLIFORD'S CLEANERS 

TEI.EPHOXES 3 AND 4 432-4 EIGHTH STREET 

DRY CLEANING AND DYKING 
ALL GARMKNTS IXSl'RED FREP: DELIVERY SERVICE 

^ FURNIXURE COMPANV / 

THE STORE OF PERSONAL SERVICE 
!l I I r.ItOAD STRKKT TKI.KIMIONE 833 



CROQUIGNOLE WAVE $3.50, S5.00 AND $7,50 

EUGENE WAVE $5.00 AND $7.50 

LADIES' AND CHILDREN S HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY 

WE GIVE ALL KINDS OF SCALP TREATMENTS AND FACIALS 

GHANN BEAUTY SHOP 

TELEPHONE 896-J 




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COMPLIMENTS OF 

GARDELLE'S 

KINGS WAY 

COLLEGE INN 

L EW IS AND OLIVE 



THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS 

COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS 



AUGUSTA 



GEORGIA 



STARK-EMPIRE 

LAUNDRY CLEANING DYEING 
TELEPHONES 1811-769 




GOLDBERG'S 

THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES" 

SMART APPAREL 
DOBBS HATS 



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SHEEHAN STUDIO 



•DRIXK 



IX BOTTLES' 



AUGUSTA COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



SOUTHERN GROCERY COMPANY 



AGENTS FOR 



FLOWERS OF IDAHO AND HI-UP FLOUR 




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PRESENTING 
THE SEASONS SMARTEST 

READY-TO-WEAR 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

MARILYN SLIPPER SHOP 

852 BROAD STREET 



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THE PLANTERS COTTON OIL CO., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 



AUGUSTA 



GEORGIA 







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SOUTHS LARGEST SHOE STORE 




MAXW^ELL BROTHERS 
FURNITURE 

RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS 

9 33-9 34 BROAD STREET 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 

DREAMLAND THEATRE 



BENTLEY tS: T110.MP80A 

FURNITURE 

COiMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 
TELEPIIOXE .TSfiH OOl BROAD STREET 




EVEHVTTIINc; 

1010 r.KOAD STREET 



"OR THE HOME 

TELEPHONE 23 05 



^CXVltN BjtO^ SPORTING GOC 

V^ HARDWARE CO. ^ „.„r..4r*«T. 



I Sine; l84?-aualit>) at Low Cost | 



OOD8 
HARDWARE 



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S. ALLEN COHEN 

DISTRICT MANAGER 

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF NEW YORK 
NINETY-ONE YEARS OF SECURITY AND SERVICE 



WHETHER YOU SAVE WITH US OR NOT SAVE SOMETHING SOMEWHERE 

WE PAY 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS 

REALTY SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY 

82 7 BROAD STREET 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

GENERAL TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY 
"AUGUSTA'S MASTER service station " 

BROAD AT TWELFTH STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



EUBANKS BROTHERS. Inc. 
furniture 

■IF ITS FOR THE HOME WE HAVE IT" 

1005-1007 BROAD STREET TELEPHONE 3106 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



SATCHERS 

1302 WALTON WAY 

MEATS GROCERIES 

TELEPHONE 1212 



WE APPRECIATE TOUR BUSINESS 

O. T. MOODY 

GROWING SINCE 1913 
WHOLESALE SAUSAGE OF ALL KINDS 

HOW WE LOST A CUSTOMER HE DIED 

COR. HEARD AND WARREN STREETS AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



CLYDE DUNAWAY 

PIERCE-BICYCLES-LASALLE 



PHONE 383 6 



21.5 TWELFTH STREET 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RICHMOND CREAM COFFEE 



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CONGRATULATING 



THE CLASS OF 1934 

AXD IXVITIXG ALL TURMAX GIRLS TO SHOP WITH 

J. B. WHITE & COMPANY 



AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS CO. 

DISTRIBUTORS 

SPALDING AND GOLDSMITH 

ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT. GOLF AND TENNIS SUPPLIES 

FISHING TACKLE, GUNS. AMMUNITION 

EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY SPORT 

2 10-212 EIGHTH STREET AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 

WALKER-DuR ANT MOTOR CO.. Inc. 

FORD AND LINCOLN 

SALES AND SERVICE 

BROAD AT FOURTEENTH STREET 

AUGUSTA GEORGIA 



THE 

NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK 

OF AUGUSTA 

AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 

STRONG SOUND PROGRESSIVE 

A GOOD BANK SINCE 1871 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

C. J. WILSON 

CAPTAIN OF POLICE 



•SAY IT WITH FLOMERS" 

CLOUD'S GREEN HOUSES 

••AUGUSTAS LARGEST GREEN HOUSES^' 

PROJIPT SERVICE DAY AXD ^^GHT 

1423 ESTES STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



STEWART'S 

EXCLUSIVE DRESSES 

AUGUSTAS LARGEST SPECIALTY DRESS SHOP 
S12 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



SMILE AND THE WORLD SMILES WITH YOU 

THE LEONARD BARBER SHOP 

WE SPECIALIZE IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING 

RUFUS CROOK, PROPRIETOR 
217 SEVENTTH STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



WALKER-GUILLEBEAU JEWELRY CO. 

QUALITY JEWELERS 

CASH OR CREDIT 
TELEPHONE 161 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 862 BROAD ST. 



TRADE AT HOME AND BUY YOUR TUBMAN RINGS AND GRADUATION GIFTS 
ON SHMERLINGS CLUB PLAN 

H. SHMERLING 

THE LEADING CREDIT JEWELER 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TELEPHONE 1101 
910 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



SHOES FOR ALL 

G. R. KINNEY COMPANY, Inc. 



8 72 BROAD STREET 



THE NONE SUCH RESTAURANT 

GUS A. SMARAGDIS, PROPRIETOR 

AUGUSTA'S MOST UP-TO-DATE EATING HOUSE 

REASONABLE PRICES 

91.5 BROAD ST. AUGUSTA. GEORGIA TELEPHONE 171 



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